It sounds like you have a nice selection. We have a melon or squash of unknown identity growing out of a pot and the critters -- namely chipmunks -- have been eating off the buds! It looks like someone came by with scissors and snipped them right off. There are a lot of other buds though, so I'm sure we'll get something eventually ^_^
Just got off the phone with Boca Bob, if you live in an area like south FL or here right now, you can water your melons every day if they are in coconut coir, the coir will absorb any extra water and release it also if the melons get thirsty. The coconut coir bags are great for growing the melons in as the melons are right close to the ground and the vines has room to sprawl that way. The coconut coir does keep them moist too, summertime is always the hottest and driest part of the year, Spring is rainy up here, but Summer is dry and hot, so the coir is a plus in the summer for that reason. I'm transplanting the 6 watermelon plants tonight and putting 3 per bag.
Roast chipmunk! -- never -- lol (I know you're only kidding) we love those little guys even after they dig up my plants, nibble off buds, leaves and gosh knows what else in the garden. Our yard is a certified wildlife habitat and our latest visitor has been a wild turkey. He is out there gobbling away now. I'm sure some of the neighbors have had thoughts of roasting him!